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Nov 16, 2012 3:00pm PST
of an ancient message. what secrets could these symbols reveal about life among the maya ? from ancient sumer, clay tablets reveal astonishing details about daily life 5,000 years ago, and tell the story of the invention of writing. symbols can be the gateway to the hearts and minds of ancient people. their decipherment is one of the greatest challenges facing archaeologists today. we humans are social animals. our need to communicate is universal. some of our messages can be easily understood. but we communicate, too, through abstract symbols that have meaning only within a particular culture. these symbols take many forms. the flag is a symbol. a gesture says, "we're number one." the uniform is a symbol that identifies the official and the player. the game itself is symbolic -- ritualized combat with clearly defined rules. even sound can be a symbol. [ whistle blows ] the whistle signals the end of play. but why a whistle ? why not a gong ? why a striped shirt and not a plaid one ? the choice is arbitrary. but within this culture, the meaning is mutually accepted. the use of symbols is the
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Nov 23, 2012 6:00pm PST
on the maya, a mystery adam housley explores at the battlefield of armageddon lauren greene investigates battle between good and evil and the belief that the second coming of christ is imminent. first the mysterious maya, we travel to the rain forest of southern mexico and the jewel of the maya classic period. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> most of the maya books, there were thousands at the time of contact between the spanish and maya were burned by spanish mostly because they were sacrilegious. there are five fragments that i know of that exist to this day. they cover medicine, history, genealogy, an strom me, math. >> for the last several decades intense focus has been put on the culture that flourished between a second through 9th century some say they were profits of doom. archeologist explain the importance of this broken tablet. known as monument 6. >> this is one of the few things that was salvaged. >> there was work bay the mexican government done by archeologists. when they left, some of the locals starting digging around and found this monument. a very small site mostly de
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Nov 25, 2012 7:00pm PST
. on this program we investigate our fascination with doomsday. why today has been pinned on the maya. that's a mystery adam housley reports. lauren green investigates the book of revelation the battle between good and evil and the belief that the second coming of christ is eminent. amy kellogg discovers what the maya share with the village of stonehedge. first the mysterious maya. we travel to the rain forest of southern mexico and the jewel of the maya classic period. >> most of the myians there were thousands of them as they contact between the spanish and the myian were burned by spanish fires mostly because they are sack religious. >> there are four really five that i know of that exist still to this day. they cover subjects like medicine, history, genealogy, astronomy, mathematics. >> for the last several decades the focus has been put on the mysterious myian culture that flourished between the second through ninth century. some say they were actually prophets of doom. >> archaeologist christopher powell explains the importance of this broken tablet strictly known as monument 6. >> th
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Nov 21, 2012 6:00pm PST
today has been pinned on the maya. adam housley explores and lauren green investigates the good and evil and second coming of christ is imminent. amy kellogg what they share with the neolithic builders of stonehenge. but first, we travel to southern mexico and jewel of the mayan period. ♪ ♪ ♪ >> most of maya books, there were thousands of them that contacted were burned by spanish fires mostly because they were sacrilegious. there are four or five fragments that exist. they covered history and mathematics. >> for the last several decades, intense focus has been put on the mysterious mayan culture that flourished between the second through ninth century. some say they were prophets of doom. >> this was salvaged by accident almost.... >> archaeologist explains the importance of this broken tablet. >> this was salvaged? >> there was work by the mexican government by archaeologists. when they left some of the locals started digging around and found this monument. >> so from a small site? >> a small site that was mostly destroyed by a cement factory. almost all of the architecture has b
Nov 29, 2012 11:00am PST
migratiooverioe. in the highlands of guatemala, weary maya indians welcome a truce, following the peace accords of 1996. a victim of the violence wa, who lives in this house compound with her surviving grandchildren and their families. the pipes that carry this wa to t village were an innovation brought by her son. helso efforts to bui aoad aspeakingocalanguageh) translator: wanting those kinds of thingss in the eyes of certaineople. it caused mo to go aroun that he's onlyoing in the ethat good woineople. because he's a member of the gueilla organization. naor:the organizaon was caolicction. his son, diego, was too young to remember his faer and grandfather when paramilitaries entered his compound in 1982. they beat, bound and took away first his grandfather, and then his father. ( speaking local language ) translator: i heard a shot, and i knew my son was dead. narrator: ten years later, a humaamong them,oup exhumed 1doña maglena's son., magd) ( wailing ) rrator: ego,n the center, watc as scientists revealed the crusng blow isatr'd now,0 yes afe muers, diego has grown and movedc s farmca l
Nov 9, 2012 3:00pm PST
. in the maya city of copan, a jeweler fashioned rare shell and jade for his powerful lord. in mexico, living artisans echo the economy of a vanished civilization. and in teotihuacan, evidence of mass production has now been unearthed. tiny faces of clay reflect the men and women who made them a thousand years ago. on the other side of the world, in the ancient roman city of ostia, huge merchant ships were part of an economy much like our own. and today, the tanners of morocco still practice their ancient craft, living proof that economies have evolved out of the past. everyone who has ever lived has been part of an economic system. iel bote pesos! economic systems are simply the ways people produce, distribute and consume things -- everything and anything, from tortillas to stocks and bonds. for 10,000, 10,000 an eighth. today, as in the past, economic systems lie at the heart of how a society is organized. archaeologists search for these systems because they believe economies hold the key to understanding ancient societies. archaeologist william sanders. the economy of any give
Nov 30, 2012 3:00pm PST
, protected by the god of the hearth. these are the ruins of the ancient maya, who flourished from the time of christ to a.d. 900. at their height, maya settlements spanned southern mesoamerica, from the yucatan in the north to el salvador in the south. the maya left behind dozens of cities, marked by tall pyramids and imposing statues. these remnants offer a portrait of the maya elite. but archaeologist payson sheets was seeking a broader picture. man: we want to deal with the common people, the people who are doing the farming, who are making the pottery, who are doing the work for supporting society. and it's about time we know something about them, how they lived. were they really exploited ? were they living lives of desperation, just barely eking out an existence under the oppressive machinery of an exploitative government ? or were their lives fairly rich ? did they have things of beauty in their houses ? how did they live ? did they have a variety of foods stored in their houses ? were they scrinched into scuzzy little spaces, or did they have some open areas and a comfortable life
Nov 21, 2012 6:30pm PST
guatemala se preparan para el fin de una era y comienzo de otra en 30 dÍas, segÚn el calendario maya comenzamos ♪ >>> este es su "noticiero univisiÓn" con jorge ramos y marÍa elena. >>> muy buenas noches, macho camacho estÁ vivo todavÍa el ex campeÓn mundial de boxeo resulto herido anoche en puerto rico, las pruebas mÁs recientes dicen que hay ciertas actividad en el cerebro, y por lo tanto no pueden declarar la muerte de Él, pero no puede respirar por si solo la policÍa de puerto rico estÁ tras la picotstas del atacante, pero no han revelado el mÓvil del crimen.... >>> un res pero oradpirador man vida a macho camacho, la bala le entrÓ al cuerpo por el lado izquierdo de la mandÍbula, le fracturÓ dos vÉrtebras. >>> la condiciÓn fÍsica que tiene Él lo ha ayudado mucho. >>> los reportes de una muerte cerebral no han sido confirmados por el doctor quiÉn ha dicho que macho camacho estÁ siendo analizado por especialistas. >>> estÁ pelea del ex boxeador inicio el martes en la noche en bayamon luego que le dieran un balazo mientras iba como pasajero junto a
Nov 29, 2012 11:00pm PST
, 2012 represents an ending for the maya, it's not the ending. >> maya would say it's the end of a cycle. >> reporter: jean teaches courses in religious study and christian and native spiritual tradition. >> when the sun goes on the equinox. >> reporter: the mayan calendar centers on the apocalypse. she explains that there will be a galactic alignment. but the date only appears twice in mayan text. and not in the context of armageddon. >> it's the end of a period. and the next morning, we wake up and begin another cycle. and we become more intentional about who we are. >> reporter: that is also the conclusion of this documentary, "2012: the beginning." the filmmaker lived among the maya for years to find out what they believe about the ancient predictions. >> the only ones that knew much about it learned about it from our media. or from missionaries that came down to their part of the world. >> reporter: the filmmaker says at the end of other cycles, the maya co-created the beginning of the next. once by walking away from their capital city. another time by initiating a new form of ruler
Nov 21, 2012 6:00pm PST
del mundo maya revelan que es la misma humanidad la que cava su propia tumba... take sot --- ariel rodriguez ariel dice: ' roll open topvo cesar ---tenemos informacion de ultima hora sobre una explosion que se registro en una coladera ubicada en la esquina de las calles 11 y howard en san francisco, esto es en el vecindario soma.. ---segun el departamento de bomberos, la explosion hizo que la coladera volara por el aire y golpeo a un hombre... --estaremos al pendiente en cuanto surja mas informacion... roll open cesar ---muchos aseguran que en exactamente un mes, el fin del mundo llegara... blanca ---segun expertos del mundo maya, las causas podrian ser muchas, pero aseguran que es el propio hombre el que cava su propia tumba... ---julio cisneros viajo a guatemala para investigar... veamos... ;01 ;35 ;47 1;35 los desastres naturales son parte natural de proceso evolutivo del planeta tierra asegura el sacerdote maya eulogio. aunque tambien dice que es culpa de la mano del hombre. eulogio samup sacerdote maya "la tierra es como uno. imaginese que usted come mal, le dan problemas dige
Nov 20, 2012 11:00pm PST
breve, take vo ---expertos del mundo maya hablan sobre la fecha que se aproxima y que muchos dicen, sera el fin del mundo take vo - blanca ---enterese por qu hay un alto nmero de solicitudes de accin diferida rechazadas por inmigracion. segment ends r profecias mayas, es la fecha en que esta programado el fin del mundo... cesar ---julio cisneros viajo hasta guatemala y en su serie de reportajes especiales, tambien hablo con un sacerdote maya que descifra estas predicciones.... veamos.. take pkg ;01 ;45 1;04 1;28 2;42 stop open roll open blanca ---la accin diferida es blanca ---la accin diferida es vista como la salvacin para cientos de miles de jvenes indocumentad os. pitch - cesar ---pero hasta el viernes pasado, take full screen ms 10 mil solicitudes han sido rechazadas por el servicio de inmigracin.. eso significa que solamente una solicitud por cada 5 es aprobada por las autoridades federales... qu est pasando ? jaime peluffo nos acompaÑa para ampliar sobre el tema.. jaime.. 0:01 0:11 0:20 0:35 1:59 take pkg juan andrade tiene 24 aÑos y hace poco l mismo llen los formularios y envi
Nov 20, 2012 6:00pm PST
---en nuestro reportaje especial desde guatemala, expertos del mundo maya hablan sobre la fecha que se aproxima y que muchos dicen, sera el fin de la humanidad... take sot ---- ariel rodriguez ariel dice: " roll open profecias mayas, es la fecha en que esta programado el fin del mundo... cesar ---julio cisneros viajo hasta guatemala y en su serie de reportajes especiales, tambien hablo con un sacerdote maya que descifra estas predicciones.... veamos.. take pkg roll open blanca ---la construccion blanca ---la construccion de los llamados micro-apartamentos fue aprobada por los supervisores de san francisco. take vo ---y para eso se tuvo que modificar el codigo de construccion de esa ciudad para incluir que el espacio minimo para construir uno de estos apartamentos sea de 150 pies... algo asi como el tamaÑo de un estacionamiento para un coche. ---estos apartamentos tendran cocina, baÑo y espacio para un "closet". ---el plan piloto constar de 375 unidades que serviran principalment e a jovenes empleados de la lata tecnologia. top vo cesar ---pero hubo algo que no fue aprobado en san fra
Nov 1, 2012 5:00pm PDT
dez se llama calendario maya. >>> está buenísimo, hoy tenemos el estreno que es literalmente de impacto, tony dandrades con la información ♪. >>> después de 6 años de ausencia en la música, el cantautor obbie bermúdez vuelve con nuevo disco, calendario maya es su primer single y primer impacto pudo ingresar a la grabación. >>> para mí e sun placer poder grabar un video otra vez después de tanto tiempo, ¿no? la canción se llama calendario maya. >>> el tema es de su autoría y es su opinión jocosa del fin del mundo. >>> yo siempre pienso del calendario maya, que se acaba el mundo, entonces qué vamos a hacer, vamos a pasarla bien. >>> la idea del director era hacer un video totalmente diferente a los que había hecho obbie bermúdez . >>> con esta canción se presta para canciones más alegres. >>> obbie bermúdez está más que contento con el resultado. >>> vean el video de principio a fin ,porque hay sorpresas en el principio, en el medio y el final. >>> quiénes seran, lo sabemos ahora mismo. >>> hola, ¿qué tal?, soy obbie bermúdez, les presento mi nuevo video. >>> es
Comedy Central
Nov 5, 2012 11:30pm PST
was from literary legend and only poet you ever heard of maya angelou. maya wrote-- go! rise up. and let your friends and family in early voting states. go where they can go today. we must make our voices heard. (applause) i know why the cage bird-- no doubt the gop is sending out e-mails from romney pote laureate kid rock. something along the lines of waterer to water, bang a dang diggy diggy diggy tax cuts! fun fact, like the other kids who support mitt romney, kid rock is 41. (laughter) both campaigns are making a huge push, folks, because they know it all comes down to one thing,. >> is it all going to be about voter turnout. >> yes, here and in most of the other battleground state. >> voter turnout is going to mean everything. >> it all comes down to turnout in these final hours. >> it really all boils down to how many voters turn out. >> stephen: there is a lot of technical jargon in there. let me break it down four. the candidate who has more voters is going to win. (laughter) that is the best analysis cable news has done since the 6 part cnn series bears, do they [bleep] in the w
Nov 19, 2012 6:00pm PST
mayas... roll open cesar ---mucho se ha hablado recientemente sobre las profecias de los mayas que algunos aseguran pronostican el fin del mundo... blanca ---julio cisneros viaj hasta guatemala y nos preparo una serie de reportajes especiales donde habla con expertos del tema quienes descifran si el apocalipsis humano esta cerca... veamos. take pkg roll open cesar ---la mesa de cesar ---la mesa de supervisores de san francisco decidira esta semana si da el visto bueno a la construccion de los "micro apartamentos" en esa ciudad... take vo ---el tamaÑo de estos apartamentos seria de 150 pies cuadrados... algo asi como un espacio de estacionamiento para un carro... ---estos apartamentos estarian diseÑados para jovenes trabajadores de empresas de alta tecnologia... ---si el plan es aprobado la votacion final se realizara en la sesion de maÑana. blanca ---los trabajadores del puerto de oakland estan planeando efectuar una huelga de 24 horas que comenzaresta noche. take vo ---la huelga iniciar a las 9 de esta noche y comenzara en el aeropuerto internacional de oakland. ---maÑana la p
Nov 19, 2012 11:00pm PST
profecias de los mayas... take vo - blanca ---culpable o inocente? enterese que dijo un juez sobre el hombre que fue detenido por portar un objeto sospechoso en el aeropuerto de oakland.. segment ends roll open recientemente sobre las profecias de los mayas que algunos aseguran pronostican el fin del mundo... blanca ---julio cisneros viaj hasta guatemala y nos preparo una serie de reportajes especiales donde habla con expertos del tema quienes descifran si el apocalipsis humano esta cerca... veamos. take pkg take pkg cesar ---el hombre que genero una alerta de bomba en el aeropuerto de oakland la semana pasada no enfrentara cargos criminales... take vo ---el jueves pasado... "geoffrey mcgann" fue detenido por la seguridad del aeropuerto luego que un agente federal observo lo que el creyo era un aparato sospechoso... ---el aparato era un reloj que parecia estar adaptado a un explosivo... ---el abogado de mcgann dijo que su cliente es un artista y el aparato era solamente una muestra de su arte... cesar ---nueva pausa pero en breve, take vo ---conozca un pueblo mexicano donde sus residentes di
Nov 21, 2012 11:00pm PST
horas. take vo - cesar ---expertos del mundo maya aseguran que la humanidad esta cavando su propia tumba.. detalles al volver segment ends roll open cesar ---muchos aseguran que en exactamente un mes, el fin del mundo llegara... blanca ---segun expertos del mundo maya, las causas podrian ser muchas, pero aseguran que es el propio hombre el que cava su propia tumba... ---julio cisneros viajo a guatemala para investigar... veamos... ;01 ;35 ;47 1;35 los desastres naturales son parte natural de proceso entre la humanidad. cesar ---este aÑo el viernes negro llegar ms temprano que nunca y algunos aseguran que muchas personas estan olvidando pasar el dia de gracias con sus familias.. blanca ---angie sandoval nos amplia.. 0:01 0:10 0:48 1:02 1:23 cesar ---nueva pausa pero en dos minutos, take vo ---enterese en que parte de mexico aseguran las autoridades que esta aumentado el secuestro de mujeres segment ends aviv, una explosion en un autobus de pasajeros dejo al menos 17 heridos, 3 de ellos graves; esto segun el servicio de ambulancias israel. vo --las circunstancia s se desconocen por el mom
Nov 19, 2012 12:00am PST
are we going to find a way to stay? these questions resonated very strongly with maya. >> on average a species disappears every 20 minutes. this is the only media work that i have done. i might never do another one because i'm not a media artist per se but i have used the medium because it seemed to be the one that could allow me to convey the sounds and images here. memorials to me are different from artworks. they are artistic, but memorials have a function. >> it is a beautiful scupltural objective made with bronze and lined with red wood from water tanks in clear lake. that is the scupltural form that gives expression to maya's project. if you think about a cone or a bull horn, they are used to get the attention of the crowd, often to communicate an important message. this project has a very important message and it is about our earth and what we are losing and what we are missing and what we don't even know is gone. >> so, what is missing is starting with an idea of loss, but in a funny way the shape of this cone is, whether you want to call it like the r.c.a. victor dog, it is
Nov 2, 2012 4:00am PDT
) greenland and a cathedral there and i believe the maya moved from the lowlands to the highlands and the anastazi came down to the salt river. >> yeah, a lot of the movement was based on climate. the anastazi were always moving. the whole thing about the disappearing anastazi, you go to where they are living and they disappear all of a sudden. but you follow them and find, oh, 10 years later they are over here and 70 years later they are over here. they are often being driven by these climate changes which on the colorado plateau, very small changes make you go. if you lose one inch of precipitation in one year, you got to get up to the mesas where there's a little more rain and then when the frost comes in too early, you got to get down to the desert. around 1276 or so the water was running out, the seasons were no good, and i think they just looked at their trade routes and said let's follow these and go south. they were always getting pushed around by the environment. . >> okay, thank you, craig, so much. thank you for coming. craig is happy to take some more informal question
Nov 10, 2012 1:30am PST
with humility and with reason. >> belva: also, author maya angelou shares her story and warm words of wisdom about the meaning of friendship. >> it keeps you alive. it keeps you awake. it keeps you trying to be the best. >> belva: coming up next. . >>> hello, i'm belva davis, and welcome to "this week in northern california." joining me on this special night, my last, as host here are jill tucker, "san francisco chronicle". lisa vor der brugen, "bay area news group." paul rogers, environment writer for "san jose mercury news." and carla marinucci, "san francisco chronicle," senior political reporter. carla, you get to have all the fun. you were in chicago on tuesday night. tell us what was it like. were people surprised at the close, the short drama? >> well, you know, belva, we were in the snoechs the snoeno hampshire, you know how dramatic it was all the way through. just amazing to be there on that final night. this was a much different election night than 2008, when 250,000 people greeted this sort of landmark moment. barack obama is more weathered, he's -- >> belva: graying. >> graying
Nov 21, 2012 7:00am PST
ejército. >>> además, tenemos el tema que todos comentan, qué hay de cierto de las predicciones mayas del fin del mundo. >>>aademás, directamente de un refugio para el amor, nos visita zuria vega, pero cuidado que albertico la recoge en la limosina. >>> también tenemos a diana reyes con el chile mayor, y la ponemos en apuros. >>> tambiÉn sí se pudo con alejandro chabán, tenemos el desenlace de una historia de mucho peso, bienvenidos a despierta américa la mejor manera de empezar tus mañanas ♪. >>> eh, eh, eh. >>> sí. >>> buenos días a todos, cómo están, qué rico tenerlos aquí en esta, su casa, despierta américa, es miércoles 21 de noviembre del 2012, qué les parece dar gracias por las bendiciones . >>> claro que sí, es un día especial y es momento de dar gracias por estos compañeros, amigos, llevo dos semañas, dos semañas. (risas). >>> oye, satcha pretto, qué onda con el ejército. >>> sí, me atreví a sudar la gota gorda, con soldados de operaciones especiales, porque ustedes saben que muchos de ellos son parte de las fuerzas comando y vamos a ver qué tal me
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Nov 30, 2012 12:00am PST
. >>> from walking down the aisle to dooms day denial. should we be phased by the end of days? with the maya apocalypse around the corner, december 21st, y'all, they are allaying worries about our impending doom. these so-called scientists say it ain't happen expght death of humanity are having real life consequences. one astro biologist says he receives tons of e-mail from you can young people who are so concerned thisy are having trouble eating and sleeping. adds the egghead, this is a manufactured fantasy. there is a core of people though who are truly concerned. it is evil to propogate rumors on the initter net to frighten -- on the internet to frighten children. >> what is the internet for then? >> like the band on the titanic some dooms day believers believer are carrying on. >> we are doomed. >> the elephant got talent. >> sherrod, when december 21st comes and a giant solar flare causes the earth's poe lair tee to shift and the north pole is the south poll, how stupid will they look? >> like idiots and they will be floating into outerspace and we will be teasing them. first of all, wh
Nov 9, 2012 11:00pm PST
en libertad a su ser querido que huyó de su victimario hace casi dos aÑos. la mujer de maya indigena lleva 18 meses detenida por haber entrado de forma ilegal al pais.... y a pesar de que una abogada presento pruebas de que su clienta fue violada, golpeada, abusada fisicamente y amenazada con un arma de fuego por su esposo, la jueza decidio no dejarla en libertad. son los que dicen que mandan y nosotros no tenemos derechos y nos sentimos más contentas >> jueza de corte declaro que la evidencia no muestra que regina corre peligro de regresar a guatemala. >> gracias por tú reporte >> un mensaje vinculado a la política convirtio en un campo de batalla a un colegio >> el video que tomo este alumno quedo de muestra de la violencia entre estudiantes , >> donde decía que todeos los mexicanos estúpidos habían votado por obama y que estaba sobrepoblado por mexicanos >> ella la tomo personal >> que fue por razismo si me dijo, también me dijo que hubo una pelea y guerra de comidas >> se pudo apreciar como se intensifico la presencia policial >> hoy viernes hay cuatro patrulla en el campu
Nov 28, 2012 1:00pm EST
policy experts. group's name is fix the debt. it is spearheaded by erskine bowles and maya mcginnis, two people who have been very involved in the conversation about what to do to keep the country from going over the fiscal cliff and get us on a long-term path towards greater budgetary taxing, spending, budgetary stability, sue. >> indeed, ty. i'm going to be fascinated to see what those ceos tell us and whether or not -- and what reception they got from the white house and what ideas they think might be able to bring both sides together. we're going to take a quick break and we'll be right back. the news conference will begin then. producing cleaner electricity, putting us to work here in america and supporting wind and solar. though all energy development comes with some risk, we're committed to safely and responsibly producing natural gas. it's not a dream. america's natural gas... putting us in control of our energy future, now. at u.s. trust, our expertise extends well beyond investment advice and research analysis. it includes proprietary offerings like our eldercare program, which
Nov 26, 2012 5:30pm PST
never say no. >> you're going to kill him for me. >> reporter: it was maya as she was called, who was convinced that tracking a long-forgotten bin laden courier would lead them to the terrorist himself. >> you got him? >> i got him. >> reporter: i'm curious how she felt about it. at what point she knew she would be the focus of the movie. >> a lot of people that i spoke to were in an unusual position because they were proud of what they had done and, yet, they had more or less resigned themselves to the fact that what they had done is not something they could talk about publically. >> reporter: for one very good reason, hollywood movie or not, many of the real stars of this film like maya are likely back at work back in the shadows. martha raddatz, abc news, los angeles. >> and there will be more of martha's reporting tonight on "nightline." the film "zero dark thirty" opens nationwide on january 11th. and we thank you for watching on this monday. we're always here at, and i'll see you back here tomorrow night. good night. >>> next at 6:00 the efforts being launched to
Nov 17, 2012 6:30pm PST
todos los dÍas maya se sienta a escribir, leer y completar r la tarea de la escuela podrÍa pensar que lo disfruta. >>> no. >>> la verdad que como millones de otros niÑos prefiere hacer otras cosas, lo que a los chicos no les guste quienes hicieron tarea no dudan de su beneficio. >>> es obvio que las tarea refuerzan, el conocimiento de lo que se ha tratado impartir en ese dÍa, hay que medir en uno u otra forma si hay asimilaciÓn, seria fÁcil si todos pensaran lo mismo en hogares son conflictos entre padres e hijos. >>> tarda como hora y media o 2, hay padres y eduardo karz que las ven como perdida de tiempo, quien tiene razÓn. >>> el objeto de la tarea seria no sÓlo repasar por el hecho de hacerlo, si no, tendrÍa que tener, la posibilidad de que el nef niÑa piense y pueda roa nar lo que aprendiÓ. >>> un educador dice que las tareas pueden convertirse en perdida de tiempo cuando maestros no revisan o su contenido es irrelevante, hacer tarea sÓlo por hacer no da beneficio. >>> cuan la tarea pierde el sentido de permitir al niÑo pensar y poder hablar de lo que a prprendiÓ en el d
Nov 22, 2012 11:00pm PST
era un ciudad desconocida. >> es un sitio que modifica el conocimiento de la historia maya se conoce como hace 20 años de estudio es basicamente un lugar en el que se pensaba que no era un sitio importante. >> entre lso 3 lugares hay un triángulo nos damos cuenta que es un territorio que domino el norte. >> los edificios están en 2 plazas y dentro la que llama la atención es la acropolis grande más que el tamaño lo importante es el relieve artistico. >> es imagen nos e logro en otro edificio en el sur entonces tiene su florecimiento es un lugar de artistas. >> según victor la fachada fue descubierta por casualidad. >> de manera fortuita porque nosotros trabajabamos con un muro después encontramos una de las esculturas y nos dimos cuenta que era importante y paramos el trabajo y nos dedicamso acá. >> el primer rey de lso gobernantes era el rey de yeres goberno hasta lo 80 años por eso . >> más adelante le presentamos la historia de pepe aguilar volvemos después de la pausa. ♪. >> continúamos con ustedes con historias de la generación américa con ustedes pepe aguilar.
Nov 29, 2012 11:35pm PST
que ya empezaron a celebrar el fin del ciclo maya y es solo el inicio de una nueva era. lo dejamos con el noticiero univisión. noche de jueves. estas son las noticias. arresto de inmigrantes en plena autopista de oklahoma. licencias de conducir para jÓvenes dreamers en nevada siempre y cuando se adhieran a la acciÓn diferida. y la historia del policÍa de nueva york no se la puede perder que conmoviÓ al mundo entero con su generosidad. comenzamos. ♪ >>> este es su noticiero univisiÓn, edicion nocturna. >>> buenas noches. y comenzamos con el desafÍo de mÁs de 11 millones de indocumentados. vamos primero a oklahoma donde un video muestra como una camioneta huye. >>> fue un tramo donde las autoridades decomisan drogas. este el momento donde detenieneo a la patrulla , le ordenan bajarse del vehÍculo, todo queÓo grabado por la cÁmara del autopatrullero. >>> me dice que no tiene pasaporte, ni licencia. >>> cuando llegaron oficiales se abriÓ la puerta y empezaron a saltar inmigrantes, primero un hombre, luego una mujer, le siguieron dos hombres mÁs, luego el quinto, el sexto. y
Nov 13, 2012 7:00pm PST
are dealing with stormy weather, strong gusts are causing disruptions there. maya shoji explains. >> northern japan and the western flank of japan are dealing with rough weather. they're being hammer the with strong gusts and lots of precipitation over much of the country and down towards kumamoto we found gusts of 80 kilometers per hour that has been reported in the past 24 hours. here in around tokyo region the prefecture has actually has a report of record-breaking amount, 100 millimeters, in the past 24 hours. for the month of november it is a record breaker and across much of the western flank things will still be very wet. on top of what we have already been seeing, additional amounts of 80 to 100 millimeters of precipitation will be accumulating in tohoku as well as kanke regions. any of these could be turning into snow due to the upper cold air building over much of the country. even in the low-lying grounds we may see the first snow of the season on our thursday including tokyo and finding the temperatures dipping down into the single digits for low over night hours and really chilly
Nov 27, 2012 7:00pm PST
but that doesn't mean residents aren't faced with difficulties. maya tells us more in the world weather forecast. >>> yes, katherine, even in the city snow has blanketed the city. you can see the winter storm moving away, that really massive rain cloud pulling away from the country so high pressure will be dominating the area making things much calmer than what we saw yesterday, but take a look at a video coming from ho kad owe. this is what happened. heavy snow and blustery winds battered northern japan yesterday and wind gusts of nearly 150 kilometers per hour and an additional 40 centimeters of snow have been reported in parts of hokaido and 45,000 households were out of electricity at one point and the lows are really freezing in some locations. people are really just having difficulty with this piled up white stuff. let's pull back and show you the system has pulled away as i mentioned, but take a look at what it has brought, 152 gusts reported and 20,000 households out of power and as i mentioned the high pressure system will be dominant pressing over head and still temperatures are really
Nov 26, 2012 11:35pm PST
of the drama was a young female cia officer played by jessica chastain, the woman they called maya, rerelentlessly tracked leads that went straight to bin laden. >> bin laden is there. and you're going to kill him for me. >> i realized this odyssey was this woman, with tenacity and courage, i was excited to take it on. >> i didn't want to use you with your velcro and gear, i wanted to drop a bomb. >> reporter: those words were indeed real based on interviews with the young cia officer, some of the dialogue is drama tiezed, some of the decades difficult na nair nairty -- narrative condensed. how did she feel about the movie? >> a lot of people i spoke to were in an unusual position, they were proud of what they had done but had more or less resigned themselves to the fact that what they had done they could not talk about publicly but the movie allows them tuk in a way that is a bit freer because movies can change the way people look. >> reporter: bigelow was making final tweaks with her sound designers the day we met. >> what we were try doing here was create a kind of sonic environ
Nov 11, 2012 7:00am PST
in coming month. richard kim is here, maya wily, civil rights attorney and founder of the center for social inclusion. jonathan cohen and political satyrist liz win stead, co-creator of the daily show. >>> do you think i have that right? do you think the nation said i want an active government? >> i'm a little more pessimistic than that. what the nation said that they objected the romney/ryan agenda. they rejected the idea that society made of takers and givers and the job creators are the people that have to be exalted. i think they voted for preserving the social safety net. i don't know approximate they voted for growing that, because obama didn't run on that largely. >> he did run, jonathan, on the notion of the end of bush era tax cuts at the very top. it feels like, if there is a mandate, that mandate has everything to do with the perception of the opposition, right? if the opposition cowers there's a mandate, if not, there's not a mandate. i want to listen to the president himself that he believes the mandate about taxes. let's listen to that. >> i refuse to accept any approach that
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